A mythical establishment in the capital, the "maison Capșa" is not just a hotel: first a renowned pastry shop, from the time it opened in 1852, its café-restaurant has long served as a haven for the political and intellectual elite. After years of disgrace under communism, the establishment was renovated in the 2000s and regained the splendour it had enjoyed during the good years of Bucharest, as if time had stood still. A beautiful address with old-fashioned charm. The hotel is also very well located, facing the Military Circle, not far from the park Cișmigiu.
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